This is an OK place to go play if you're in the area, especially with beginners or younger players. This is an executive layout. As a single-digit handicap, I was only able to hit one shot with a wood. Greens were also slow. If you are looking for a quality full-length golf course, I would definitely head down the street to C.C.C.C. That said, i've certainly played less interesting short tracks.
This golf course was a very pleasant surprise. Paul Harney is a great "executive length" course in very good shape which is perfect for shorter hitters or for giving your shorter clubs and wedges a workout. It's not a pitch-n-putt, it's real golf, but is all par 3's (some short, some over 200 yards) and short par 4's. Nice elevation changes but very walkable due to the shorter length. AND you can play 18 holes in a little over two hours if you're not behind slowpokes. Very enjoyable experience.
Very pleasantly surprised playing Paul Harney. I played the front nine years ago, but didn't really remember it very well. It's fairly open with a couple of 'interesting' holes. On the front nine - it seems like you're playing the same hole a few times, because they're almost identical. The back 9 has a better variation. Overall, the course is very well maintained and cost is reasonable.